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The Un-Possible KitchenTM


We started off with the “unlikely” notion that we could “possibly” create delicious clean food that eliminated common allergens & nasties! We wanted to provide convenient food options for people seeking a clean healthy diet & to those with food intolerances. After a lot of R&D, along with expert consultations and a ton of hard work… The Un-Possible Kitchen™ was borne.



Why No
Nuts & Seeds?

On an autoimmune protocol diet, nuts and seeds are eliminated (at least temporarily) for the same reason as the grains & pseudograins: lectins, lectins, and more lectins!

Meanwhile, nuts like peanuts and tree nuts are among the top eight most common food allergens, causing inflammation in people with allergies or sensitivities.

Although we strive to eliminate nuts and common seeds in our products, some may contain spices such as cumin, nutmeg, or cinnamon, which could be seed derivatives. If you are on a very strict auto-immune protocol diet, these aren’t suitable for you.

Always read labels to ensure a product is right for you.

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Why No Grains?
(No grains, No pains)

For many people, whole grains are an important part of a healthy diet. But if you have an inflammatory condition like irritable bowel syndrome or eczema, one potential way of healing inflammation is to limit foods that contain proteins called lectins. This includes grains.

Lectins are naturally occurring proteins found in most plants. They occur in higher amounts in grains, pseudograins, legumes, nuts, and seeds. Also known as “anti-nutrients,” lectins may sometimes interfere with the body’s ability to absorb important nutrients like calcium, iron, phosphorus, and zinc. Some research has shown that lectins bind themselves to the gut lining, possibly disrupting not only the absorption of nutrients, but also the development of healthy intestinal bacteria.

Some people who remove lectins from their diet (either temporarily or in the long-term) may be able to improve autoimmune conditions by taming inflammation. Proponents of this theory believe that this could ease symptoms of many autoimmune illnesses such as eczema, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis, thyroiditis, diabetes, and more.

By Sarah Garone, NDTR, a nutritionist, freelance health and wellness writer, and food blogger.

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Why no pseudograins?

Before we dive into why the autoimmune protocol doesn’t include pseudograins, let’s clarify what this term means! Pseudograins (also called pseudocereals) are plants that are cooked and eaten in much the same way as grains, but are biologically not grains. Common examples include quinoa, chia seeds, buckwheat, and amaranth.

You’ve likely seen these foods hailed as “superfoods” in recent years—and it’s true that they’re high in important nutrients like fibre, B vitamins, and protein. But, like grains, pseudograins contain “anti-nutrients” like lectins and saponins, which could trigger an inflammatory response in some people.

By Sarah Garone, NDTR, a nutritionist, freelance health and wellness writer, and food blogger.

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Why No Gluten?

You’re probably familiar with the fact that people with celiac disease are unable to tolerate gluten. But those with celiac disease aren’t the only ones who may have a problem digesting gluten; some other people should avoid it, too.

Experts estimate that up to 6% of the population has non-celiac gluten sensitivity, a condition that causes undesirable intestinal symptoms.

If you’d prefer to take gluten out of your diet, our products allow you that option.

By Sarah Garone, NDTR, a nutritionist, freelance health and wellness writer, and food blogger.

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Why No
Common Allergens?

At The Un-Possible Kitchen™, we strive to create products that contain: No Dairy, No Eggs, No Grains , No Pseudograins , No Seeds*, No Nuts , No Legumes (Soy) , No Gluten**, No Nightshades***

Though we may partner with third-party vendors whose foods contain some preservatives—primarily to give you the option to hit a minimum dollar amount in your online cart—anything The Un-Possible Kitchen™ creates is compatible with clean eating.

*Some of our products contain spices milled from seeds, even if they do not contain common edible seeds. We try to produce different ranges to cater to different dietary restrictions. Please read labels carefully.

**Though we use ingredients that do not contain gluten and strive to eliminate cross-contamination as much as possible, our production facilities produce other foods that may contain gluten.

***Nightshades are a family of vegetables that include tomatoes, potatoes, bell peppers, and eggplant. Since nightshades may cause inflammation for some people, we have crafted some nightshade-free products. Please read labels carefully.

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Why No

Legumes are a family of foods that include beans, peanuts, lentils, and peas. Like whole grains, legumes provide many good-for-you nutrients, such as fibre, iron, and plant-based protein. Vegans often get much of their daily dose of protein from legumes like soybeans, chickpeas, lentils, and products derived from them.

Unfortunately, peanuts are a common allergen. So is soy and its derivatives, such as tofu, soy sauce, and miso. Aside from their allergenic potential, legumes are excluded from the paleo and auto-immune protocol diets because they are high in lectins and phytic acids.

By Sarah Garone, NDTR, a nutritionist, freelance health and wellness writer, and food blogger.

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Why Vegan?
Why No Dairy & Eggs?

Speaking of common allergens, dairy products and eggs are also among the top eight most allergenic foods. Even if you’re not allergic to these foods, it’s possible to have a sensitivity to them, as is the case for people with lactose intolerance.

To eliminate the possibility of creating an inflammatory response, we’ve chosen to keep these food groups out of our products.

We also want to stay sensitive to our customers who follow a vegan or plant-based diet for health or sustainability reasons. Since these diets eliminate all animal products, you won’t find dairy and eggs in our products.

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Chemicals Why No Preservatives or Artificial Ingredients?

Our goal is to keep The Un-Possible Kitchen’s foods as natural as possible—so we’ve elected to forgo all preservatives and artificial ingredients.

Rather than preserve our foods chemically, we prefer to keep them fresh by offering most of them in frozen form. If you leave our frozen products in the fridge or at room temperature, you will find that they perish very quickly. (We believe that’s actually a very good thing!)

We also offer select products at ambient temperatures, but to prevent spoilage or a loss of crisp texture, you’ll want to use them quickly. (This shouldn’t be a problem, if you find them as tasty as we do!)

To help you get through these products within their freshness window, we package them in small, bite-sized packs.

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Leave our products in the fridge or in the open and you will find that they perish very quickly!

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